is take over the edge for normal energy and innovation coming out of the u.s., but around the world and use it to give teachers better schools in the classroom. it's consumer reports for educational technology, the innovation energy around the world to develop their tools for teachers and complement the work they do in the classroom. the panelists got it right in terms of what we do. a few points worth thinking about hard as first the issue about power, who controls edu star? the person who controls the platform will have enormous power and the need to be careful. our proposal now is to set this up as a five o. one c. three piece were not going to allow anyone to edu star to make investments in educational technology companies. consumer reports is a great outline. they don't take examples. we will make sure that were not bypassing results. if you. if you got the whole system falls apart, so that is something we think a lot about. the second thing karen brought up in dennis is about equity. so it's really important issue you can do that to elegy and issues around the digital divide.